E-rickshaws in Jaipur: Freedom on three wheels
Housewives and young girls from slums in Jaipur are finding their freedom on three wheels
When the bovines swayed to the gentle tunes
The five-feet-long Ganey wind instrument, is revered by the Kadugollas, a semi-nomadic tribe of cowherds residing on the fringes of forests.
A bhisti ruled an empire once
... doctor of dead skin, dressed in white, in this medieval mortuary with hides dangling around him from a blood-red wall, grafts a piece of skin...
Ducks wade through paddy fields to bump up profits
"... considering our low cost/zero cost inputs in comparison to the chemically grown rice, our profits per bigha are higher,”
University of Ingenuity
... training small farmers to adopt natural resources for sustainable livestock farming, fishery and crop husbandry, and that too, free of cost.
Unheard Echoes: How A Bangalore Restaurant Is Unique With Its Differently-Abled Staff
“They are happy to work amidst a set of people they can relate to. ... they have a lot of fun and mingle with each like members of a family.”
The Centre Cannot Hold: How GN Devy challenges our concept of knowledge
Devy is now at the frontline of the war over knowledge, language and politics.
Heritage in every grain
"We give each farmer (signing a pledge to use organic methods) two kilos of seed; they bring double the quantity back the next year, ”
Youngster sets up zero-budget millet hotel, says should return to older eating habits
Millets need less water to grow and live on whatever rainwater they receive.